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Better second time around

HAYDN GILL, [email protected]

Better second time around

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FOR MOST cricketers, a first Test century is special. For Roston Chase, however, his second meant even more.

The 25-year-old Barbadian rescued West Indies with a polished unbeaten 131 on the first day of the second Test of the Brighto Paints presents the Q Mobile Cup Series against Pakistan at Kensington Oval yesterday and his emotional celebration suggested it meant the world to him.

“Some say the first is always the best but I enjoyed this one a lot more because it was in front my home fans and my family. All my family came today to support me. I enjoyed this one a bit more,” he said.

Chase strode to the crease with West Indies precariously placed at 37 for three but the position was much more comforting when he reached his hundred at 4:23 p.m.


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